The Williamson Family

Agnes Marion (Williamson) Thompson

Birth: 25 September 1846, in Van Diemen's Land
Launceston Examiner 26 September 1846 p4
BIRTH-Mrs. Williamson, of Launceston, of a daughter, 25th instant.


Father: William Williamson

Mother: Sarah Christiana (Glascott) Williamson

Married: Cornelius Thompson on 12 July 1870, in Old Machar, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Children:
Death: 7 April 1926 in Kensington district, London, England, aged 77

Will: proved 16 August 1926, by Walter Hood Thompson and Oscar Stephen Thompson, the executors.

Census & Addresses:
1891: Greenwich, London: Agnes M. Thompson, wife, is aged 44, born in Tasmania
1897: 17 Seymour Street, London   (Royal Blue Book 1897 p1328)
1901: Bournemouth, Hampshire: Agnes M. Thompson, visitor, is aged 50, born in Australia
1926: 30 The Grove, Boltons, South Kensington, London   (London Gazette 7 September 1926 p5886)

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William Williamson

Birth: 1813/4

Married (1st): Sarah Christiana Glascott on 29 March 1843, in Van Diemen's Land
William is recorded as aged 29, and Sarah is recorded as aged 24.

Children: Married (2nd): Isabella Fiskin on 3 June 1851, at 8 Collins Street, Melbourne, New South Wales
The Argus (Melbourne) 5 June 1851 p2
      MARRIED.
On the 3rd instant, at No. 8, Collins-street, by the Rev. Mr. Hetherington, William Williamson, Esq., Melbourne, to Isabella, eldest daughter of the late James Fiskin, Esq., merchant, Glasgow.


William and Isabella had a son born 15 February 1853, in Melbourne (The Colonial Times 24 February 1853 p2).

Addresses:
1845: St John Street, Launceston, Van Diemen's Land   (Launceston Examiner 23 July 1845 p4)
1850: Collins Street, Melbourne, New South Wales   (The Courier (Hobart, Tasmania) 11 January 1851 p2)
1853: 45 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria   (The Colonial Times 24 February 1853 p2)

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William Williamson

Birth: 6 January 1845, in Van Diemen's Land

Father: William Williamson

Mother: Sarah Christiana (Glascott) Williamson

Death:
17 July 1845, in Launceston, Van Diemen's Land, aged 6 months and 15 days.
Launceston Examiner 23 July 1845 p4
DIED-On Tuesday, 22nd instant, William, the infant son of Mr. Wm. Williamson, St. John street, Launceston, aged 6 months and 15 days.

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